Amazonian Conservation, Global Sustainability
ACEER develops local and global environmental leaders who work to conserve and restore functioning landscapes in the Amazon Basin and beyond.
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Our Latest ACEER Blog Posts

Stingless Bees in Hive in Peruvian Amazon Rainforest
Sustainability
Dylan Francis

Stingless Bees

“Ha! Careful, they’ll try and go up your nose!” I turn and see Jospeh See, an ACEER conservation fellow, covered in bees. As they’re latching onto his hair and covering his macro camera, I can see he is beaming, perfectly in his element.  We were in the midst of opening a tree trunk hive to

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Conservation
Denise

In the Garden of Deeden: Microhabitats

The Amazon rainforest is one of the most biologically diverse places on the entire planet.  Why is that? In large part it is due to the tremendous amount of “micro niches” that exist there. Subtle differences in temperature, humidity, shade, sun, soil moisture, altitude, nutrients and more key parameters create a myriad of unique, small

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